Playing off of the sales success of the Pullman, MV introduced the Super Pullman in 1956.
The new bike had the same formula as the original Pullman – simplicity and economy, but leaned more towards a normal motorcycle using a pressed steel frame built with two electro welded half-shelfs from which the engine was cantilevered and traditional diameter
wheels, the 6 HP 2-stroke and 4-speed single cylinder engine equipped Super Pullman could achieve a top speed of 75 km/h.
The riding stance was more full-sized bike than glorified scooter and the suspension delivered a comfortable ride. Only 3000 Super Pullmans were built until 1957.
The superb 125 Super Pullman on offer here was restored to a very high standard by a former employee of MV – Agusta using period original parts. Not to be missed.
|Auction||Schloss Dyck August 2016|
|Day of Auction||N/A|
|Model||125 Super Pullman|
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